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Science is the core of much of our transformative research, and the College of Science takes pride in providing the highest quality education to all Texas A&M majors while delivering technical expertise to the world. Our faculty and students are driven by the spirit of discovery and committed to pushing the boundaries of knowledge. We are constantly exploring, testing and harnessing both our curiosity and intellectual power to help develop practical global solutions and prepare the next generation of scientific leaders.

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Recruit and retain faculty to be a world-class teaching and research institution ($40 million)

Faculty chairs ($2 million) and professorships ($500,000) are key to building a team of renowned biologists, mathematicians, statisticians, physicists, astronomers and chemists. We also seek a $40 million naming gift for the college that will set the stage for Texas A&M to lead the world.

Name a new research and instructional building for biology ($25 million)

Our future leaders in any field related to medicine or biology will start their Aggie academic life in some of the campus facilities in most need of upgrade. You can name the new Biology Research and Instructional Building with a $25 million gift.

Endow the Science Leadership Scholars Program ($7.5 million)

You can support first-generation, low-income science students by endowing a $75,000 scholarship. These scholarships will benefit deserving students and help the college double its success rate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.

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In the 1980s, Charles Munnerlyn ’62 revolutionized the optics industry with a new procedure that helps millions achieve 20/20 vision: LASIK.

To support the College of Science and learn about endowment opportunities, contact Randy Lunsford.

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Randy Lunsford

Director of Development
Texas A&M Foundation
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-6474

Randy is the director of development for the College of Science. He assists donors in identifying the areas and programs in the college where their support will enhance Texas A&M's capability to be among the best universities. He joined the Foundation in November 2016.